Moving forward from part two of the blog, i have been working as the location manager for a national broadcaster in producing a television programme on the Peak District national park. The five hundred and fifty five square miles of Britain’s first national park has a broad range of appeal. Millions of people visit the Peak District each year. Easily accessible from numerous town and cities the Peak District is an escape for many.
In part three of this blog series we travel from the plague village of Eyam through to Hathersage then onwards to Stanage edge and finish around Win hill. The limestone terrain starts to change on this journey to more sandstone (gritstone) rock with climbers rushing to the three kilometres of Stanage to enjoy. On this part of our journey we happen across the several millstones. Millstones play an important part of Peak District history. The Peak District national park logo is an millstone. Let our adventure begin.
A refreshing alternative to my usual guiding of walking clients, fell and trail running, climbing and providing Duke of Edinburgh award support. If you would like to hire me as your guide in the Peak District then please email or call me. I can build a day around your requirements.